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Free Foreclosure PreventionPhone NumberWhen Do I Call? When I need assistance with the following: Services or Scope of Work: Covid-19 UpdateDate of ConfirmationProvided By
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United Way of Greater Cincinnati211; (513) 721-7900Any Resources, food, shelter, substance abuse (may transfer to another specialized helpline)A free and confidential service that helps connect Greater Cincinnati with the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Northern Kentucky Addiction Helpline859-415-9280Substance Addiction/Dependency Questions and Treatment AssistanceMental Health Emergency
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NorthKey Crisis Line859-331-329224-hour triage and emergency assessment services are ready and available when needed. Crisis services are responsive to your mental health, substance use and intellectual and developmental disabilities concerns. Crisis therapists consult, evaluate and respond quickly to your needs. NorthKey crisis staff coordinates with callers, families, community emergency responders and hospital staff to make necessary decisions for a safe and secure outcome for the individual, family and community. These crisis services may be delivered by phone triage, face-to-face assessment and treatment, consultation with other treatment professionals and, at times, via a telehealth (video) connection.
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Women’s Crisis CenterNKY: 800.928.3335 Maysville: 800.928.6708Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking24/7 Crisis Line, Emergency Shelter, Medical and Legal Advocacy, Crisis Counseling, Community Groups (educational and support), Pet Protection Program, Prevention Education, Community & Professional Education
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Addiction Services Council(513)281-7880
(877) 281-7884
Substance Addiction/Dependency Questions and Treatment Assistance
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Children’s Hospital Medical Center-Drug & Poison Information(513) 636-5111
(800) 222-1222
Accidential Ingestion of a substance that is labeled as dangerous or poisonious24/7 hotline staffed by registered nurses and pharmacists with special training in toxicology. Information and treatment advice are offered to the public and healthcare professionals at no charge through the hotline and educational resources produced by the experts at the Poison Control Center.
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Clermont County Crisis Hotline 513-528-7283Substance Addiction/Dependency Questions and Treatment AssistanceHotline devoted to giving information about treatment centers in Clermont County Ohio
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Crisis text line741741Mental Health Emergency A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. 24/7 TEXT line do not call.
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Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746Mental Health Emergency 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. This toll-free, multilingual, and confidential crisis support service is available to all residents in the United States and its territories. Stress, anxiety, and other depression-like symptoms are common reactions after a disaster.
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Drug Free Workplace: 1-800-967-5752Suspected Substance Misuse in a workplaceThe SAMHSA Drug-Free Workplace Helpline provides confidential, practical, impartial, and up-to-date information, advice, and support free of charge to employees and their families. Topics cover a wide range of issues related to federal and non-federal Drug-Free Workplace Programs and drug testing.This service is designed to equip employees and their families with essential knowledge to resolve issues at work and/or in their personal lives. The helpline is staffed Monday through Friday by professional advisers, including workplace specialists and certified Employee Assistance Program (EAPs) providers.
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Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board513-281-CAREMental Health CrisisMental health Crisis Line covering Hamilton County Ohio does referrals to mental health services and/or hospitals depending on the persons situation. Also provides crisis counseling over the phone.
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Hamilton County Ohio helpline 1-877-281-7884Substance Addiction/Dependency Questions and Treatment AssistanceHotline devoted to giving information about treatment centers in Hamilton County Ohio.
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Hope Helpline1-800-567-HOPE (4673)Substance Addiction/Dependency Questions and Treatment AssistanceThe HOPE-Line provides social support and a caring friend to talk to. Information provided by the HOPE-Line includes basic mental health coping skills and referrals on where to go for help as well as substance abuse information.
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House of Peace Cincinnati Shelter24 Hour Hotline: 513-753-7281Domestic Violence Situations24/7 Staffed Crisis line for Domestic Violence Situations.
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Kentucky Career Center - Northern Kentucky (NKY Workforce Investment Board)859-292-6666Employment Services - Businesses or Job Seekers/Dislocated Workers and Unemployment InsuranceThe Kentucky Career Center provides comprehensive services to connect businesses and job seekers. Partners from state government and local nonprofits partner together at the Career Center to offer career services including hiring events, job searches, resume-building, and connections to training opportunities. https://nkcareercenter.org.At the present time, the Career Center is offering services virtually through the website, by email, and by phone. Staff trained in Unemployment Insurance, including recent changes to UI by Governor Beshear, are on-site and available through a statewide call center. Current job openings are also being tracked and featured, as well as other career services. 3/24/20Tara Johnson-Noem, Director, Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board
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Kentucky Office of Homeland SecurityAre you stuck overseas because of the coronavirus?Register with your local U.S. embassy through the STEP program online at: https://step.state.gov/STEPMobile/Default.aspx. The STEP program will help you stay informed and stay connected while you are overseas. Visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavi…/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html or https://travel.state.gov/…/emer…/for-evacuated-citizens.html for answers to all of your travel questions during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are able to travel home to the U.S., you will need to self-quarantine for 14 days to protect your fellow Americans. You will be screened when you arrive at one of 13 U.S. airports still accepting international flights. Remember, if you are feeling unwell you should distance yourself from others and do not try to travel.
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Northern Kentucky Aging and Disability Resource Center859-692-2480Call with any need for services for individuals aged 60 and older and for those any age with disabilitiesWe will screen and determine eligibiility for individuals who are in need of home and community based services (homemaking, personal care, respite). Home Devlievered Meals (Meals on Wheels), Medicaid Waiver Services, Family Caregiver Services. We also provide comprehensive information and referral for older adults and their caregivers for any type of service they may need relative to their care. At this time, the Aging and Disability Resource Center continues to take calls for those who have needs that fit in our regular services and scope of work. We are also taking calls for emergency food provision (home delivered meals and commodity foods) for those older adults finding themselves in need at this time. Please leave a message and a resource counselor will be in touch with you as soon as possible.3/27/20Anne G Wildman LSW, CRS Associate Director-Human Services
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Ohio Domestic Violence Network800-934-9840Domestic Violence Situations24/7 Crisis Line that is for Domestic Violence Shelter Information
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Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) 513-636-4124 Partial Hospitalization Program is closed at this time
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Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 1-800-799-4889Suicidal Ideation SituationsProvides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
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The Trevor Life LineCall 1-866-488-7386Crisis Situations for youth who identify as LGBTQThe Trevor Project is a national organization that provide crisis intervention and suicide prevent services to LGBTQ+ people 13 to 24 years old.
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Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 1-800-799-4889Veteran The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. The caring, qualified responders at the Veterans Crisis Line are specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances.
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Women Helping Women513-381-5610Domestic Violence Situations (past or present), Unsafe Situations, Stalking, Sexual Assault (Mainly women based)WHW offers support services to help you plan for your safety, answer legal questions, connect you with services like housing, and advocate by your side as you recover from dating violence. domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Expertly trained advocates answer Hotline Calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to provide critical crisis intervention to dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking survivors as well as to family members and friends. Advocates also provide referrals to appropriate community services
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YWCA Hotline513-872-9529Domestic Violence Situations, Discrimination situations (particularly race and gender), Unsafe environmentFocusing on empowering women and rediucing violence in families. Advocacy, Economic Advancement, Racial Justice and Inclusion, Safety and prevention of Domestic Violence, and Youth Services.
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St. Vincent de Paul -NKY Helpline and Food Pantry859-341-3219Food Pantry: Tuesday & Thursday............... 9 am - 12 pm Also Tues. 3-5 PMIn conjunction with Volunteers from 30 Catholic Churches in NKY, our help-line can offer Assistance in a myriad of ways. The Assistance line takes calls Mon-Fri from 10 am until 2 PM. Our support offices are still going strong throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Please feel free to contact us. We are all Neighbors in Need!3/27/2020Joscena Finley NKYODCP
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Kentucky Social Service Dept. Boone859-371-8832
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Child Protective Services Campbell859-292-6733
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Child Protective Services Kenton859-292-6340
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Kinship Support877-565-5608
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KY Housing Corp800-633-8896
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Free Foreclosure Prevention888-995-HOPE(4673)
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SAMSHA National Helpline1-800-665-4357, 1-800-487-4889; 24/724/7Confidential treatment referral routing service. Available in English and Spanish3/27/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Housing Authority of Covington 859-491-5311
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McMicken Dental Center513-763-2200
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Section 8 of Covington (Kenton)859-292-2188
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Covington Ladies Home859-431-6913
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Health Point Family Care859-655-6100
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Child Protective Services Boone859-371-8832
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Northern Bluegrass Region859-292-6550If you cannot get through to the individual offices
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NKY Children's Advocacy Center 859-442-3200Court preparation, forensic interviews, mental health services, multidisciplinary team investigation, public and professional education, and specialized child sexual abuse medical examinations
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Regional Crisis Resources
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Region 1-Four Rivers Behavioral Health

Dorris Van Dyke
Site Administrator
dvandyke@4rbh.org
Phone 270-251-2924
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 2-Pennyroyal Center Audra Hall
Coordinator of Emergency Services
ahall@pennyroyalcenter.org
Phone 270-886-0486
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 3-RiverValley Behavioral Health
Marsha Lowery
Senior Director of MH and Forensic Services
lowery-marsha@rvbh.com
Phone 270-689-6634
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 4-LifeSkills

Kevin Willoughby
Clinical Director, Adult Crisis Services
kwilloug@lifeskills.com
Phone 270-901-5000, ext. 1033
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 5-Communicare Mike Burton
Supervisor, Adult Crisis Stabilization
mburton@communicare.org
Phone-270-572-1290
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 6-Centerstone Kentucky
Stephany Pond
Unit Manager, Adult Crisis
stephany.pond@centerstone.org
Phone 502-589-8600
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 7-NorthKey Community Care Jennifer Couch
Lead Manager, BH Assessments
jennifer.couch@northkey.org
Phone 859-578-3022, ext.6039
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 8-ComprehendJeffrey A. Drury, Ph.D.
VP, Adult Services
jdrury@comprehendinc.org
Phone 606-564-4016
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 10-PathwaysRebecca Bauder/Aaron Ellis
Director, Emergency Services/Recovery Unit
rbauder@pathways-ky.org/aellis@pathways-ky.org
Phone 606-324-1141, ext. 4544/ext. 4573
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 11-Moutain Comp CareJohnnie Jackson
Unit Manager, Riverside
johnnie.jackson@mtcomp.org
Phone 606-263-4935
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 12-Kentucky River Community Care Vicie Pelfrey
Division Director, Crisis Services
vicie.pelfrey@krccnet.com
Phone 606-436-5761, ext. 7313
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 13-Cumberland River Community Care Cecilia White
Director, Crisis Services
cecelia.white@crccc.org
Phone 606-528-7010
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 14-The Adanta Group
Tisha Collins
Associate Director, Crisis Services
lcollins@adanta.org
Phone 270-343-4108
4/2/20Ashley Withers NKYODCP
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Region 15-Bluegrass
Darcy Miller, Reg. Director, Emergency Services damiller@bluegrass.org, 859-327-8780

Schelle Statham-Gordon, Emerg Services Mgr, vmstatham@bluegrass.org, 859-327-6284

Stephanie Gwaltney, BEST Team Lead, smgwaltney@bluegrass.org, 859-317-0074
4/2/20AShley Withers NKYODCP
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Kentucky Career Center - Northern Kentucky (NKY Workforce Investment Board)859-292-6666Employment Services - Businesses or Job Seekers/Dislocated Workers and Unemployment InsuranceThe Kentucky Career Center provides comprehensive services to connect businesses and job seekers. Partners from state government and local nonprofits partner together at the Career Center to offer career services including hiring events, job searches, resume-building, and connections to training opportunities. https://nkcareercenter.orgAt the present time, the Career Center is offering services virtually through the website, by email, and by phone. Staff trained in Unemployment Insurance, including recent changes to UI by Governor Beshear, are on-site and available through a statewide call center. Current job openings are also being tracked and featured, as well as other career services.3/24/2020Tara Johnson-Noem, Director, Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board
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Northern Kentucky Aging and Disability Resource Center859-692-2480Call with any need for services for individuals aged 60 and older and for those any age with disabilitiesWe will screen and determine eligibiility for individuals who are in need of home and community based services (homemaking, personal care, respite). Home Devlievered Meals (Meals on Wheels), Medicaid Waiver Services, Family Caregiver Services. We also provide comprehensive information and referral for older adults and their caregivers for any type of service they may need relative to their care.At this time, the Aging and Disability Resource Center continues to take calls for those who have needs that fit in our regular services and scope of work. We are also taking calls for emergency food provision (home delivered meals and commodity foods) for those older adults finding themselves in need at this time. Please leave a message and a resource counselor will be in touch with you as soon as possible.3/27/2020Anne G Wildman LSW, CRS Associate Director-Human Services
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